WASHINGTON, DC, November 17, 2013 — There may be a lot to dislike about
Forbes announced on Friday that the DC,
A day earlier, the Wall Street Journal reported that the DC-metro area had the highest net gain of people between 2010 and 2012. The Brookings Institute, which highlighted the find, noted that between the 2010 and 2012 Census there was an average annual net gain of 12,583 people ages 25 to 34, making DC the most moved-to city.
Additionally, the DC metro area topped the list of America’s 25 most populous metro areas for median household income. DC ranked first with a median income of $88,233.
The Wall Street Journal and Forbes contributed to this report.
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